In order to test what might happen when under MacOS Mojave, I decided to clone my High Sierra internal drive to an external SSD and then apply the Mojave update on that external drive. I’m now booted off that external drive and am testing various apps including Freeway Pro 7 in conjunction with my existing Freeway websites.
When I opened an existing document and then Published and previewed in the browser, I noticed that my web fonts were dead. I went back to Freeway and found that every instance of Paul Dunning’s excellent Caxton action on every single page on my document was gone!
For those of you not familiar with Caxton, here’s the action:
I then did a search on my external SSD for Caxton and found it is still there, properly installed. I then went back to Freeway and used Insert > Action Item > Caxton to insert an instance on one of the pages in my site.
So a move to Mojave would require me to rebuild and reapply that Caxton Action item on all pages of my site, which seems a little ridiculous. I therefore am posting this new thread to see if we can determine what in Mojave is causing this to happen and see if it can be fixed. I’m not sure if it is a Freeway problem or a Caxton problem, but so far, Caxton is the only Action that was obliterated from all pages in all my sites under Mojave.
I look forward to hearing your thoughts and feedback, especially from you Mojave users and those of you who use Caxton to get Web Fonts to work on your Freeway pages.
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